View Poll Results: Who's your GUnit?

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  • Stocks

    3 3.03%
  • Dower

    1 1.01%
  • Barham

    54 54.55%
  • Pangos

    38 38.38%
  • Karno

    0 0%
  • GBJ

    1 1.01%
  • Coleman

    0 0%
  • Someone else

    2 2.02%
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Thread: - - -GUnit of the Game- - - (@ Pacific)

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    Default - - -GUnit of the Game- - - (@ Pacific)

    Seems like its been a couple weeks since we've had a GUnit thread!!!! Er....well....yeah...ugh


    Anyway, it was great seeing the zags hustling to loose balls and also snagging quite a few offensive boards.





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    a lot to like in this game

    Pangos mojo back?, Barham shot the ball well & had great energy, Shem protected the rim expertly, Coleman shared the ball a lot

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    Went with Barham on a career night. Pangos got things rolling to begin with. I also liked Coleman's minutes.
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    March-Pangos time
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    Go Drew!

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    i'd like to vote for barnum, but i don't see that option.

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    Had to go with Phineas T. but it was close!
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    I went with Pangos. He did a little bit of everything.

    And if Barham wins this GUnit, he will need to thank Coleman during his acceptance speech. Coleman was settin Barham up nicely.


    But I think Pangos will get about 60-70% of tonight's vote. That's my guess at least.
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    They should split it for this game. Both deserve it

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    Kevin Drew Pangos Barham
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    I voted "Someone Else". Loved the game that all the players had, especially Pangos and Barnum (I want to be a color man too). but, after all the second guessing and unmitigated crap he has received, I cast my vote for .....Mark Few!
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    Pangos FINALLY played well. Boy oh boy do I pray this is not a one game phenomenon.

    Awesome job by Kevin, but Barham gets my vote.

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    Drreeeww for three...scores 17pts off of seven shots vice 13 shots for Pangos...it was Drew...

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    Pangos because he pulled us away and got us the lead. But Barham poured in on and clinched the whole kit and caboodle.

    BTW, my spell checker confirms "caboodle" is a word.
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    Pangos. He's our bread and butter. I hope his foot survived to play SMC just as well.

    Barham was magnificent!

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    I voted for Edwards and Meikle. These guys did an outstanding job the first half with Pk and Dower on bench. Dower was sleepwalking on night; so I was actually glad to see him on the bench. And with PK out too, Kevin HAD to take over and my oh my he sure did. Great game by Pangos. ON THE ROAD. He came to life just when we really needed him.

    Kudos to Barham too. Nice to see Drew have a great game. When he is on, he is sure fun to watch. What a beautiful shot.
    Overall I was not impressed with alot of the starters, like Stockton, Bell, and Dranginis. Coleman also played bad, imo. Team shot 43%. Imagine what the would have shot as a team if Barham and Pangos wouldn't have shot so good. But actually Pangos played bad the second half, shooting some horrible left handed layups. Like I said earlier in the week. Play the guys on the bench more. The way he did the first half. Those guys played hard, and played with excellent Defense. Actually Bell's defense was outstanding and he really worked the boards hard, He is just really struggling offensively. Dower got 0 Bowrds. I thought he was plain horrible tonight. The worst Ive ever seen him play. How could someone, a power forward play sixteen minutes and get 0 boards. My recommendation from now on is to bench guys when they don't bring it. Play Edwards, and even Meikle, who is too small, but dang at least he hustles and gives it 100%. And Dranginis is another one that is playing horrible. HORRILBE. And did you see Stockton's stats. 0-5 once again. Thank God one guard finally played up to his potential.
    Go Zags!!! The Best Is Yet To Come!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mantua View Post
    Pangos. He's our bread and butter. I hope his foot survived to play SMC just as well.

    Barham was magnificent!
    +1,000 !!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by kclubfounder View Post
    Pangos FINALLY played well. Boy oh boy do I pray this is not a one game phenomenon.

    Awesome job by Kevin, but Barham gets my vote.
    One game phenomenon... Teams obvious leader and possibly best player... I don't see the comparison. Anyway, I voted Pangos because he took the game over at times but Barham was just as good. Great showing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by gozagswoohoo View Post
    But I think Pangos will get about 60-70% of tonight's vote. That's my guess at least.
    Woohoo, Nate Silver has nothing to fear from the likes of your predictions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Birddog View Post
    Woohoo, Nate Silver has nothing to fear from the likes of your predictions.
    Welcome back... I understand Nate has bought a island and is living the good life... Dick Morris ?? I hope he is well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Birddog View Post
    Woohoo, Nate Silver has nothing to fear from the likes of your predictions.
    Whoa whoa whoa, give it another day or two?!?! I'm sure there are like 40 or 50 posters out there who haven't voted yet.

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    Pangos had a great game and played aggressive, however, sitting two rows off the floor, gotta give the nod to Drew. He was money and was getting beat up physically by the Tigers. He took his hits and kept coming. Great effort all around.

    Go Zags - Beat SMC
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    Man, what a game. Just glad we are champs after everything we put up with. Sweet victory.
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